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jblkJanuary 27, 2009 My plumber quoted a price of $700 per fixture to be installed. These included 1 shower base, 1 whirlpool tub, 5 lavatory sinks, 1 fiberglass tub and shower, 3 toilets, 1 laundry connection, 1 laundry sink on legs, 1 kitchen sink. Cost of installation for these was $700 x 12 = 8,400 two fixtures @ 350.00 = $700 supply and install 2 outside faucets 2x250= $500.00 install 1 outside shower = $500.

00 prices are for Fairfield County, Connecticut. Do these prices seem reasonable or inflated ? Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

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  Hourly Rate: $45-$150 Unclogging a Toilet or Drain: $50-$450+ Plumbing for a New House: $2,000-$15,000+   Typical costs: Plumbers' rates vary significantly by location. In some areas plumbers charge $45 -$75 an hour; in other regions the hourly rate can be $75 -$150. Most plumbers charge a two-hour minimum or a service call fee of $75 -$150, and some plumbers bill a flat fee per job instead of an hourly rate.

Either away, exact costs will depend on the complexity and type of work done. For example, it can cost $50 -$200 to have a plumber repair a toilet by replacing the tank mechanism, wax ring (underneath the toilet) or flange (under the wax ring). Replacing a toilet typically costs $150-$600 for standard installation of a basic toilet. Unclogging a toilet can cost $65-$250 or more for a simple obstruction in just the toilet and unclogging a drain can cost $50-$450 or more for a simple obstruction.

If a plumber needs to "snake" the main sewer line with a cable and cutting head to remove debris and tree roots it can cost $100-$800 or more, depending on the distance snaked. If the pipes are damaged, sewer line replacement can cost $1,000-$25,000 or more, depending on the length and depth of existing pipes, replacement method used and complexity of the project, with a typical cost of $3,000-$6,000 for the traditional dig-up-and-replace sewer technique for an average family home.

If a kitchen isn't already set up for a garbage disposal, running the pipes to add one can cost $100 -$450; the disposal itself can be another $50 -$2,500. A plumber typically charges $200-$500 to install a standard utility sink if the basic hook-ups and vents are already in place, or $500-$1,300 or more to add he basic hook-ups; the utility sink itself can cost another $50-$900 or more. Having a plumber install a water heater can cost $300-$3,500 or more for a traditional tank water heater, depending on capacity, quality of materials, length of warranty and any repairs needed to bring the installation up to current building codes.

A central, whole-house tankless water heater typically costs $800-$3,000, or $1,800-$5,000 with installation. If water in a crawlspace or basement is a problem, expect to pay $250-$600 parts and labor to have a plumber install a basic sump pump. Plumbing for new house construction can cost $200 -$800 per fixture in low-cost, rural areas or $800-$1,100 or more per fixture in high-cost urban areas, with a toilet sink and bathtub each considered an individual fixture; a house with 10 fixtures could cost $2,000 -$11,000.

Tearing out old pipes and installing copper pipes in a two-bedroom, 1,500-square-foot home can cost $2,000-$15,000 or more, depending on location, the size and condition of the crawlspace under the home, the amount of wall to be torn out and other factors. Related articles: Unclogging a Toilet, Toilet Repair, Garbage Disposal Shopping for a plumber: lists tips for choosing a plumber[1] .

If it's not an emergency, get several estimates (in writing if possible). Ask for recommendations from family, friends, neighbors or co-workers, or at the local home improvement or hardware store. For larger projects, search for local members of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association[2] . Ask about relevant experience. Request and check references; verify that they are properly bonded, insured and licensed[3] .

State regulations vary, but typically there are different qualifications required for licensing as a journeyman plumber, residential specialty plumber, backflow specialty plumber or other categories. Check for any complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau[4] . CostHelper News What People Are Paying - Recent Comments Posted by: L M in Meriden, CT. Posted: July 25th, 2017 10:07AM Project: Replace seal on Kohler toilet Plumber: Did it myself I called Blue Frog to look at a toilet that would not stop running.

I couldn’t get an appt for almost a week. I was given a two hour window, after being 20 minutes late, we got a call saying he was on the way. I showed him the toilet and the damaged seal. He said Blue Frog would replace the entire mechanism, along with the supply line because the supply line also had a rubber gasket and usually within 6 months of replacing one the other one would need replacement.

The price is $249.00. I told him “I could get a new toilet for that price” and he asked how much I expected it to cost. I said $100, but admitted I didn’t know anything about plumbing. He went on to tell me about the great reviews the company had and the warranty. I told him I wanted to get another estimate. A friend took a look at it. We went to Home Depot purchased the seal for $7.43, came home and 5 minutes later the problem was fixed.

Posted by: a user in burlington, NJ. Posted: April 19th, 2017 06:04PM Project: repair Plumber: bob the plumber what a nice guy came out and fixed 3 leaks in my basement supplied the copper fittings very knowledgeable and very professional nice guy would use him again Posted by: DenverMark in Greenwood Village, CO. Posted: December 22nd, 2016 11:12AM Project: Dr. Fix-It Plumber: Justin Have central air units, one for upstairs and one for first floor.

One was not working. Asked to fix one and service both for season. Tech was friendly, clean and competent. Job took about 30 minutes. Both work fine. Posted by: DenverMark in Greenwood Village, CO. Posted: December 22nd, 2016 11:12AM Project: Dr. Fix-It Plumber: Justin Friendly, clean and competent. Finished work in less than 30 minutes. Took old valve from copper line (after turning off water at street) and replaced with new valve.

Posted by: Stephen Russell Branstetter in Hot Sulphur Spgs CO., CO. Posted: December 7th, 2016 10:12PM Project: new residential/comerical/remodel/servic Plumber: Rusty pipes plumbing & Mechanical I have been plumbing for just about 20years and have handled many jobs big and small. I began my own company 2004, and have experienced the full monty, Mostly a loosing end to the service I provide.

I was resurching just now how much I should be charging per hr. and discovered this page. I decided to comment after reading most of the posts that poped up, and in the past have billed coustomers 75 per hr and have made a living thust far. But I have now decided to increase my rate per hr. to 100.I also have decided to bill ungreatfull coustomers more than this. My reasoning is that very few americans are willing to work as hard as I do every day, even if it is there own shit they are working on.

I have resolved tonight in my resurch that a cheep plumber is disrespect to my profession in addition if cheep but quality service is what demand my industry consumers want, I would just as soon as not do the work it takes to rescue fit capable complainers {I mean coustomers) cost Amount: $390.00 Posted by: a user in Pompano Beach, FL. Posted: October 14th, 2016 01:10PM Project: replace 2 kitchen faucet Plumber: this was in the same complex and I had my own faucets Posted by: Anette in Kokomo, IN.

Posted: October 8th, 2016 09:10AM Project: Unclogging drains Plumber: Any I think it's really funny to hear all of these people complaining about the cost plumbers charge. Yes, I do realize that unfortunately there are "bad plumbers", however, if you hire a licensed & insured plumber, you will have to spend some $. What you have to think about is 1) Do I know how to rectify the problem myself.

2) Do I want to crawl under my house where there are creatures living such as spiders, mice, snakes, ect. 3) Do I want to play in shit (literally), bloodied tampons, ect. Now then, I don't know of any plumber who just absolutely loves this aspect of their job, but it was the profession they got into so it is their job to fix these issues. So, if you answered "no" to any or all of these questions, now you know why plumbers charge the amount they do at times.

I'm not a plumber nor do I have any relations with any plumbers but I know when my pipes back up that I'm going to have to pay $ to get it fixed. That's part of being a home owner. Rant over :) Posted by: Mrs Wilcox in Santa rosa ca, CA. Posted: August 25th, 2016 09:08PM Project: Plumbing Plumber: I was trying to find out the cost for adding another clearing for the two bathroom which are back to back.

I was told I need another clearing because right now it's backing up Posted by: Radeke in Asbury Park, NJ. Posted: October 4th, 2015 05:10AM Project: Plumber: A.J. PERRI new work drain kept clogging pool cabana. original contractor in charge of work left area. original plumber was not notified of inspection or backfilling which left a piece of test equipment in line. Hired A.J.Perri plumbing snaked and cameraed drain cut floor and removed test plug.

feel I was overcharged and given an invoiced that was vague for time job took. Should have contacted original contractor!!! Posted by: John C Moerk in Hendersonville, NC. Posted: August 15th, 2015 03:08PM Project: Water Heater Plumber: Service Today Found a leak in my water heater on a Saturday. Called Service Today, who handle(d) all my HVAC/Electrical/Plumbing services. They furnished the water heater (identical to Lowes - retail price $319).

For less than 2 hours work, I was billed $875, including cost of water heater. Parts were few, couple of PEX fittings and couple of feet of PEX. I figure he charged about $250/hour. My fault, I trusted him - should asked ahead of time. Didn't ever itemize the bill. Should have done it myself as I had done 4 or 5 times before. Posted by: a user in Lisle, IL. Posted: July 22nd, 2015 05:07PM Project: replacing an outside water faucet Plumber: Roto-Rooter I believe we got rip-off by these plumbers.

They replaced an outside water faucet which the cost for parts was $56.09 and labor cost $445.00!!Total: $501.09!! It took two plumbers not more than an hour to replace it. I was quite vulnerable at the time and needed to get this done without realizing how much it was going to cost us. [my wife and I]. And not only that, one of the plumbers used our washroom to take a crap without asking for our permission, which he stunk up our home!! He got his nerve to do something like this.

After they left, I called Roto-Rooter and complained to management about all I've stated here. The manager said that's what the rate is and that the plumber shouldn't have used our washroom. This is totally a big rip-off!! Posted by: Darlene Phillips in parker, CO. Posted: June 18th, 2015 09:06AM Project: Plumber: AAA plumbing when using water in house or yard the water pressure would surge. Plumber said after having water shoot out of valve that entire thing t-bar, tank, regulator would have to be replaced because the bladder was blown.

Does all have to be replaced and is this a comparable charge? Posted by: Sara sandler in Boston, MA. Posted: June 3rd, 2015 07:06PM Project: Plumber: Friend plumbers Did I over pay Posted by: JD123 in Suwanee, GA. Posted: May 27th, 2015 09:05AM Project: Replaced Water Heater Pressure Valve Plumber: Aaron Plumbing Heating & Air Conditionin I was given this quote for replacing a Water Heater Pressure Regulator.

The plumber is very nice and knowledgeable. My concern is that i do not have any knowledge in this area, and other plumbers want to come to my house to give me a quote rather then do it on the phone. This puts me in a pickle as i cannot stay home and wait on these guys during the week to come and check out the situation. I've read other posts where users have paid between $280 - $400 for the same repair.

I just want to know if anyone has had this done and what they paid so that i can know if i am overpaying or not. Posted by: B Rath in South Windsor, CT. Posted: May 19th, 2015 07:05PM Project: Leaking pump pressure gauge Plumber: Aiello Service Came home to a leak in a basement. Apparently the pressure gauge was broken. Had Aiello come out the next day. They charged $49 to have the plumber come out.

The guy charged another @240 to replace the gauge, a 15 min task. Then he looked at the pressure switch and recommended we change it. The proposed charge was an additional $430. Needless to say I declined the service. Its a $25 part and 1 hour DIY fix which I did later that day. Posted by: SSP Jason in Russellville, AL. Posted: May 4th, 2015 11:05AM Project: Repair old school plumbing patch Plumber: I bought a small house that needed to be torn down to build a new one.

The main sewer line was stopped up. Rooted it back about 10' and it was solid. Had a backhoe handy so dug it up and found a piece of mobile home metal covering a hole that had been cut out of the top of the pipe. After finding 2 more repairs just like this I replaced the entire drain. A friend of mine was renting a house a block over from me and was having problems with his main backing up. We found 3 more of the same metal patches in the first 40'.

I replaced the entire main for him. Glad we did because there were 5 more patches. The last one was just a few feet from the city sewer main. When I was a kid my grandmother rented the same house and I remember the owner coming over many times with a shovel and a skil saw. Basically he cut into the top of the pipe to root it out and covered it with metal. There is a reason plumbers have to be certified.

Be cautious of older plumbers who "grandfathered" in without testing Posted by: Jim Roland in N Myrtle Beach, SC. Posted: March 28th, 2015 10:03AM Project: Replace water heater Plumber: Eastern Plumbing Services I came to my vacation home in Myrtle Beach SC and my water heater had sprung a leak in the tank. A friend had used Eastern Plumbing Services, So I called them on a Saturday, the owner Lindsay Millsaps who goes by Mac, said he would be there in a hour.

He drove almost a hour to get here, replaced the heater and charged me 250.00. I was very pleased. He was a life saver Posted by: Vieux, SJ in Temple, GA. Posted: March 10th, 2015 07:03PM I feel that is a lot for so little work.shower undone Posted by: Michaelgz in Akron, OH. Posted: February 18th, 2015 08:02AM Project: Plumber: Roto Roter I install the cabinet without replacing the old lines with new.

It's just my luck both line leaked and the space for me to fix them was to small to get my hands in. I called and they were here in a very short time. The plumber was very polite and straight up with cost. Posted by: Carbondale_joe in Carbondale, IL. Posted: December 16th, 2014 04:12PM Project: Bathroom Rough In Plumber: A&W Plumbing Just had an insane quote, we just demoed a bathroom (no wall, no floors, everything exposed) and it has a crawl space under it.

We asked to move the existing plumbing around. They said it would take 2 plumbers 3 days and the cost was $6740 .... That's all labor with maybe 300 in cpvc and pvc. It's a 1 day job at most for a competent plumber ... Posted by: Millicent in New Windsor, NY. Posted: November 13th, 2014 11:11AM Project: Purchase and change pressure switch Plumber: Private contractor My unit started blowing cold air in October, I called a professional heating company, they charged me $170 for service fee, a few days later we began experiencing the cold air blowing again.

A friend introduced us to Pat, he found out the pressure switch was worn-and he fixed the problem. Posted by: Angie Tinnermon in cobb, GA. Posted: October 26th, 2014 05:10AM Project: water line repair Plumber: plumbing repair and instalation Last winter in cobb county Georgia we had bad freeze warnings . I ended up with a leak in my crawl space. My friend recommended I call the plumber he used before.

so I called 678-558-3599 and the response was quick and the service good. Posted by: [email protected] in Richmond, VA. Posted: August 6th, 2014 08:08AM Project: Repair and Unclog Plumber: On saturday 19 July, we called Masters and Sons in for an emergency call to unstop all the drains in my home. One worker showed up removed the toilet, used a snake camera and a snake device. He was there for appr 3 hours and charged $525.

00. I was fine with this price however the serviceman stated there was more work to be done and that there was a clog in the main drain and he would come back Monday to repair. He returned on Monday morning with two workers. They dug up the main drain and "supposedly discovered a faulty repair" they displayed a patch of steel that "supposedly" was placed there by another plumber. After the work was completed they gave me a bill for $1725.

00. I was shocked and disturbed by the amount charged. . In my opinion this was price gauging. Our country should not allow this and I will report them to the BBB as well. Posted by: Ernie.G in Colorado Springs, CO. Posted: February 5th, 2012 10:02AM Project: Main Line Clog Plumber: Pro Power Rooter I live in Colorado Springs, CO we had a plumbing company come over and look at our toilet to see why it wasn't flushing.

They said it was our main line that was clogged and said they would charge me $180.00 to pull the toilet and run a snake machine in the sewer line but it would only have a 7 day guarantee. I could not afford it, so I ended up finding out from one of my neighbours about Pro power rooters prices so I called them up. Their diagnosis and the pricing was unbelievable to say the least, they found my clean out in my front yard and didn't even have to pull the toilet .

It only ended up costing me $90.00 for the intire bill with a guarantee of 90 days. If your living in the Springs call them 719 331-4071 External Resources: More Home and Garden Topics Search Thousands of Topics on CostHelper.

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